Classifying Monerans and Protists

From the: Classification of Life Series

Some of the most fascinating kingdoms of living things cannot even be seen with the naked eye. This video program highlights the major characteristics of two different monerans: Eubacteria and Archaebacteria, as well as the kingdom Protista. Real-life examples illustrate how these microscopic organisms are beneficial as well as harmful. Other terminology includes: bacteria, bacilli, cocci, spirilla, capsule, flagella, decomposer, autotroph, heterotroph, sarcodine, amoeba, ciliate, paramecium, zooflagellate, sporozoan, diatom, and dinoflagellate.

"Correlated to National Science Education Standards for grades 5-9, this new four-part installment in the Visual Learning Company’s outstanding science education series teaches middle school students the principles by which scientists organize living things... Highly recommended." -- Video Librarian September/October 2006

Aud: I, J. (L. Stevens)
Video Librarian
September/October 2006

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Sample Video: Kingdom Protista

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Single School License. Digital Bundle includes video files for full show and 7-10 content clips in H.264 (for iPods) and.WMV format. Plus 15-20 images (.jpg), teacher’s guide (.pdf) and metadata.

  • Product Code:
  • VLC111Digital
  • ISBN:
  • 9781592343164
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